As part of it’s Health Week, a Fife Primary School tasked PeachyKeen to provide a range of fun and challenging, Human Powered activities.
The second stint for the primary four to primary seven children required a lightness of foot to control Scalextric cars with the PeachyKeen Grand Prix Challenge. After a few practice circuits each participant was given the opportunity to clock a fastest lap while keeping their cars on the track…!!!
PeachyKeen also provided a Hand Crank as well as Pedal Pods to ensure that everyone got the opportunity to create some energy.
Intriguingly many of the children began to appreciate the importance of their breakfast to fuel them through the day as they were able to link this with their physical performance.
Contact us now to find out more about how PeachyKeen could help you with a Health related initiative.
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